Pictured (LtoR) Jason Groves, Medifast general counsel; Reginald Bailey, Hofmann Brands CEO; William Hulley, Hofmann Brands COO; and Sarah Sheppard, Hofmann Brands executive manager
Pictured (LtoR) Planit colleagues: Brenda Showell, account director; Kim Lacomare, public relations director; Jack Spaulding, executive director of strategy; and Shannon Griffin, human resources director
Pictured (LtoR) Bill Fisher, Fisher Design CEO; Jim Schultz, Hofmann Brands board chair; and Sarah Quackenbush, Planit director of client engagement
Pictured (LtoR) Brian Steger, Boy Scouts of America Baltimore Area Council Scout Executive/CEO; Mary Anagnost, Syracuse University regional operations executive director; and Kate Dailey, Maryland Department of Commerce senior business development representative
Pictured (LtoR) Iress Dean, U.S. Army budget analyst; Janel Coleman, Hofmann Brands business analyst; and Lucida Anderson Hughes, The Frugal Socialite writer
Pictured (LtoR) Lindsay Sappington, Planit public relations senior manager; Mitch Halbrich, Randstad Professionals senior manager; and Dina Mallis Klicos, University of Maryland Medical System UMMS Foundation chief development officer
Guests were serenaded with some live Dixieland jazz at the party.
Partygoers got to browse a buffet of all sorts of Hofmann sausages and “dogs.”
Hot Dog! (June 28, 2016) Hofmann Brands – a 137-year-old company originally from Syracuse, New York – threw a party at The Center Club to celebrated the grand opening of the company’s corporate office here in Baltimore. Naturally, on the menu for the invited guests: a variety of the company’s renowned German franks and sausages.